In life we get into bad moods (no that’s not really what this post is about, of course that’s not just me). Whether its due to people annoying you, things not going right in general, or even just getting out of bed on the wrong side. When this happens people tend to just tell you to cheer up or deal with it, which is fair enough if they want to show they don’t really care or they have more important stuff to deal with themselves. But no matter what the situation or problem, there is always someone I can rely on. That person is Ivan.
Ivan…my dear Ivan, is my beloved Ipod. Now I know what you must be thinking your Ipod has a name? And the truth is no, not until this blog post was written…but needs must. You also might be thinking how can you rely on a Ipod. If this thought crossed your mind, you have clearly underestimated the power of an Ipod.
There are many glorious powers an Ipod holds. Firstly the ability of teleportation. No matter where you are, all you have to do is pop in your headphones, crank up the volume and you can be somewhere else in a matter of seconds. A nice warm beach, the moon, a quaint cafe or for me…sitting on the sea front in Reykjavik, Iceland. Now im going to let you into a little secret. To the people around you it will appear that you are being ignorant, but that just an illusion and no ever has to know the truth.
The second ability, and some of you wont be able to believe this, but it can give you the ability to succeed in your chosen career path…just so long as its one of the following careers. Professional DJ, dancer, singer, or any type of musician (for example master of air guitar). However one song I wouldn’t recommend testing the professional singing career out with would be ‘We all stand together’ by Paul McCartney. As for me personally the frog sections just didn’t work out…especially in public.
And on that note I shall leave you to ponder over what you can do with the power of your Ipod, as the possibilities are endless.
“Take one story, viewed from two different angles. It is the same day, the same moment, but one angle ends happily… and the other ends badly.” – Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet In Heaven.